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to the "closing bell," everybody. boy, what a last hour we've just had. i'm mandy drury sitting in for maria bartiromo. bill griff sit coming back in just any moment now. meantime, stocks are sinking after a relatively hawkish fed minutes. that kind of spooked investors, and as you can see we're just settling up now, but it looks like the dow is down by 110 point and the nasdaq off 49, 1.5% less and the s&p 500 down by 1.2%, sitting there at 1511. as you can clearly see in terms of absolute numbers, 14,000 no more. we're now below that mark on the dow. bill? >> so, the question becomes was the day's downturn just a fluke, or is it the beginning of a much anticipated correction? let's ask peter sorrentino from huntington asset advisers, allen gale, michael jones from riverfront investment group and our own rick santelli. everybody is in the water at this point. what do you think? i mean, you know, everybody has been scratching their heads as the market continued higher here, but they were at least willing to stay with the trend as long as it was in place. has the trend ended today, do you thi
on cnbc. i'm andrew ross sorkin along with mandy drury today and scott wapner. becky quick and joe kernen are off. they're going to join us live tomorrow for a special broadcast from pebble beach. they have some pretty cool guests themselves tomorrow. you don't want to miss that. >> did you draw the short straw or the long straw by not going? >> that's good. i don't play golf. so i don't think becky plays golf, either, so we'll see. we're all rooting for joe, who is playing. we hope he makes the cut. >> okay. we're rooting for joe. >> we all have to root for joe. i don't know if becky carries the bag or if she drives the cart. i don't know how it works. she's not going to like that comment, but we do love both of them, of course. our guest host this hour, chief equity strategy phil orlando and ben white of morning money fame. let's talk about the headlines this morning. a story in the "new york times" today looks at documents filed in federal court this week that relate to jpmorgan. the document suggests when an outside analysis uncovered serious flaws with thousands of home loans, the ba
for watching. i'm mandy drury sitting in for melissa lee. "mad money" with jim cramer starts right now. go out of business. he's nuts! they're nuts. they know nothing. i like to say there's a bull market somewhere. "mad money" you can't afford to miss it. >>> hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i'm trying to save you money. my job is not just the entertain, but teen how you think things can happen. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. look, we learned something vital about the stock market this very morning. something we have to remember always. even as ultimately the averages got completely pole axed by the end of the day. the dow sinking 268 points. the s&p giving up 1.83%. and nasdaq declining, it was the worst day around here in three months. but what did we learn about this morning? because that's what i want to focus on. well, we learned there's always a better time to sell than into the teeth of a sell-off. like the sell-off we had last week or the one we had toward the closing bell. when the dow fell an astounding 150 points on almost
. >> i'm mandy drury. have a great night, herb. "mad money" with jim cramer begins right now. a bull market somewhere and i promise. >> mad money, you can't afford to miss it. >> hey, i am kramer. welcome to mad money. welcome. trying to make friends, i try to make you money. my job is not to entertain but teach, educate and coach. call me. you keep your eye on italy. i will keep my eye on the united states. you focus on the italian elections. i'll focus on our financial stability. you fret with the leaning power of pooes aand me, i am fretting over home depot. rallied beautifully, dow surging 115 points, the nasdaq advancing 1.3%, apple up. from the outset, i am not going to ignore the crazy italian elections. we're the comedians and eeg tises that combine to put that country into a world of chaos and a house of pain. i don't want to be dragged in but the stocks over there could be almost 5% rushing in italy last night. we can't dismiss the instability. we have to remember how much europe hurt us as recently as a year ago. excuse me if i put italy in perspective. you bet that the po
trade, mandy drury is manning the futures now desk. >> of course the move higher comes just a day before bernanke's beginning his testimony to congress. the big question here is can the fed save gold. let's start talking futures now. what are the gold bugs hoping to hear tomorrow? >> they want to hear that the economy is not strong enough to stand on its own and that qe is going to continue. but really it is the uncertainty of what he is going to say tomorrow, uncertainty about the sequester an what's coming out of the uk where they were drown graded by moody's. that's driving gold higher today. >> i would also like to know how much of today's price might just and short squeeze. how big of a resistance with the $1,600 a ounce be? >> there is an element of short squeeze but the short squeeze was started by concern over the chairman's speech tomorrow and whether he will reengage in the currency war. up to this point it seemed like they'd been a lag gagard in thi. i'd like to have seen more after bottom form over the last few days. today a bear pattern turned into a reversal pattern. the $1
" starts right now. >>> and live from the nasdaq market site in new york's times square, i'm mandy drury, sitting in for melissa lee. apple in focus. can david einhorn and apple shareholders finally make the company cough up its cash? karen's got the fine print ahead of a key meeting tomorrow. plus, retail detail. from high end to low end, we're going to go on a shopping spree for the best names in retail with an industry pioneer. and the fear trade. why the latest moves in the vix are bad news for the bulls. but first, let's get straight to the traders. hello, everybody. >> hello. >> good to see you all again. dan, your top trade today? >> here's the thing. i'm kind of the bear here, everybody wants to buy, i actually covered some shorts today. heerms the thing. you get a move off of a high like we just had, and you have to take what's giving to you. i want to cover a little things like the qqq, that i was short for last few days. they're going to bounce back. you have to look for opportunities to resell them. >> what about you, guy? >> i have an interesting one. hello, amanda. how are
-year hit the highest level in ten months this morning. for more, mandy drury is manning the futures now at the desk. hey there. >> hey there. you can see it here on the chart, the chart tells the story and when those better than expected jobless claims came out this morning, the yield really spiked. they have come off a little bit but nonetheless, the question here is scottie, as the economy improves will yields continue to rise? anthony is at the nymex and jim yurio, given the economic strength and not the "great rotation" out of bonds, how long will the sell-off continue? >> i think it's still got legs to if. you mentioned jobless claims two weeks below 350, the m&a seems alive in this country, discounting what's happening in europe. investors are looking for risk after two years of looking for safety. >> what do you reckon, jim, not just how high rates are going to go, it's also how fast they'll go higher, that's a big concern as well. >> no question. this isn't a story that's developed today, this is a story going on for a couple months and in the option pits behind us we've seen bi
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